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Kyoo-ji Temple

Kyoo-ji temple was built in 1598 in Ichigayatamachi, which was called Musashinokunitoshimagori at that time, by a monk named Sonjuinnichijoushou.

On the day of Kinoene (the first day of the Chinese sexagenary circle), it exhibits Daikokuten (the god of commerce and proseperity).

Shinjuku Yamanote Shichifukujin (seven lucky gods) Tour << god of wealth >>

Postal code 〒162-0053
Address 1-14, Haramachi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Nearest station / Access
  • It is a 1-minute walk from Toei Oedo Line Ushigome-Yanagicho Station
  • It is a 15-minute walk from Tokyo Metro Tozai Line Waseda Station
  • It is a 15-minute walk from Toei Shinjuku Line Akebonobashi Station

・"Ushigome-Yanagicho" gets off from in front of bus JR Shinokubo in "Shimbashi" going

FAX 03-3359-9907
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